A week before N.C. voters head to the polls again because of a court fight over election maps, advocates for change in the election map process made their latest plea for reform.

The N.C. Coalition for Lobbying and Government Reform highlighted in a noon news conference the $9.5 million price tag for the June 7 primary. State officials scheduled that election after a federal court through out North Carolina’s congressional maps.

The coalition is urging lawmakers to change the election map-drawing process, known as redistricting, in time for the next scheduled rewrite in 2021.